They lay white tinted eggs. They lay large eggs. The colors are black, silver grey, cuckoo, dark.
They are pretty good in all climates. They are a large breed. Their comb type is single. Their brooding is
average. They are docile. They are dual purpose. They are endangered. They are good egg
They can lay around 200 sometimes more a year. They are good for a garden or a smallholding. The females do sometimes go broody. They are a dual purpose bird so they can be used
for eggs and meat. Some of their colors are extinct. It is a large bird.
Swedish flower hen
As a hen matures the eggs she lays get bigger. They lay 150-200 a year. They lay light beige eggs. If they are allowed to they are great moms. The chickens mature quickly and can live for 10 years. They are called flower hen due to their patterns. Some have a small coif on their heads. They are dual purpose birds and are hardy birds. They have many different colors and patterns some are black and white, there are many different looks they can have no two of
them are the same. They are the largest breed of chickensknown to Sweden.
They are a french meat bird. the ones in America are American bresse’s. Their colors that I know of are:
This breed is 500 years old.
They originated in France.
In the winter holidays breesse meat can be bought for over 100$ a chicken.
Because of their unique flavor they aren't commonly eaten with strong tasting ingredients.
They are specially raised for the best flavor. They have blue legs. They are a gorgeous bird. The breese
is considered the most delicious bird in the world. Their genetic alienage makes them digest their food differently witch is why they have a different taste from regular chickens it’s why they have their growth pattern and how they get their fat.
Why you should eat bananas. They are high in many things that you need to be healthy ( chart taken from
Potassium: 9% of the RDI
• Vitamin B6: 33% of the RDI
• Vitamin C: 11% of the RDI
• Magnesium: 8% of the RDI
• Copper: 10% of the RDI
• Manganese: 14% of the RDI
• Net carbs: 24 grams
• Fiber: 3.1 grams
• Protein: 1.3 grams
• Fat: 0.4 grams
They each only have about 105 calories ( medium bananas) . They contain nutrients that moderate blood
sugar levels. After meals they moderate their blood sugar by slowly emptying their stomach.
have few calories and are very nutritious unripe bananas are starchy they have a resistant starch and are
very filling. They are good for heart health many people dint get enough potassium but bananas are high
in them and potassium is essential for your heart. They also contain a good amount of magnesium which
is also very important for the heart. The dopamine in bananas acts as an antioxidant it doesn't cross the
blood barrier it just acts as an antioxidant and doesn't change your hormones or your mood or act as a feel
good chemical. Insulin resistance its a major risk for many of the most dangerous diseases in the world (
which includes type 2 diabetes) bananas might help or rather the unripe ones may help 15-30 grams of
their resistance starch per day just might improve insulin resistance by 33-50% not all studies agree on
this result. Bananas have potassium which is important for the control of blood pressure and for healthy
kidney functions, there are various studies with good results for this. They are good foe exercise they
have good mineral content and easy to digest carbs. They are good in many dishes and easy to buy.
Indian runner duck
They lay 200 eggs a year. Their uses are eggs and pest control. They did not originate in India but in the
Indies. The colors they are that I know are:
6 fawn and white
As some examples the welsh harlequin, the khaki Campbell and the Abacot ranger. They are light breeds
that were bred with help from the Indian runner duck. A few organic vineyards use them to eat slugs and
other pests so they wont have to use chemicals. To begin they need a garden area so in unfamiliar territory
they don't run off. They don't wattle like their name says they run. Whne they are relaxed they are flat but
when they want to move at quick speeds they stand up. They are not a broody type of duck even though
they lays so many eggs a year. For several centuries in Asia they would be let out into rice fields to pick
up pests and spilled rice ( I don't know if they do that anymore I apologize for not being able to find out )